Studio 65 (Studiosessanta5) is an Italian architecture studio.
It was founded in 1965 in Turin as an avant-garde experimental collective of architects, designers, poets and artists. Its founders were Franco Audrito, Roberta Garosci, Enzo Bertone, Paolo Morello and Paolo Rondelli.
Studio 65 played an important role in the radical movement of Italian design in the years 1960-70. Some of the most famous products designed by them are the sofa Bocca and the chair Capitello. Other notable projects include the sofa Leonardo, become one of the icons of the Radical Design movement, the interior design of the apartment Casa Canella, the Villa Palladienne, as well as the disco Barbarella. Other members of the radical design movement in Turin were Piero Gatti-Cesare Paolini-Franco Teodoro, LIBIDARCH, Ceretti-Derossi-Rosso, Guido Drocco, Franco Mello and Piero Gilardi.
Towards the end of the 70s, the collective broke up and Audrito and Sampanitou - keeping the name of Studio 65 - launched an architectural and design activity in Arab countries. At the same time, they are working on re-editions of some of the most plus emblematic of their production.
They design unique pieces, often produced in collaboration with emblematic Made in Italy companies such as Gufram and Savio Firmino. Currently, the firm has offices in Turin, Jeddah, Riyadh and Bali.